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Katie Price has investigated teenage mental health issues in her latest film for Steph's Packed Lunch.

The mum-of-five wowed fans when she appeared on the Channel 4 daytime show back in January to give an interview about her and son Harvey's documentary surrounding his disabilities.

Impressing bosses, she landed herself a roving reporter role on the programme, hosted by Steph McGovern, and has now sat down with her 13 year old daughter Princess Andre to learn more about the pressures teenagers face and what impact it could have on their mental health.

Speaking to camera, the former glamour model said: "It's estimated that one in six young people experience mental health problems at some point.

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"I want to find out more about mental health to help parents like me in case it happens to my children."

Turning to her eldest daughter as they enjoyed a trip to the park, she asked: "What pressure do you think teenagers have got then?"

Princess revealed there was not just one, but many, as she listed off the problems she faces growing up in a digital world.

She said: "Definitely the way they look because people are so judgemental.

"100 per cent social media, like, social media is like a massive thing now. People don’t want to be unpopular.

"Exams because GCSEs will come up and you want to do well for your parents, and well for yourself obviously. There’s just so many things, you could name so many."

Katie recently launched a campaign in the hopes of cracking down on online trolling, which will make it a requirement to upload ID before signing up for an account on social media.

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The campaign follows Harvey's Law, her previous petition which is helping to make social media trolling a criminal offence.

She recently shared a touching video of 18 year old Harvey asking people to support the campaign.

Harvey says in the sweet video: "Mummy's petition," before Katie asks: "You want them to sign mummy's petition," to which Harvey puts his thumb up and says: "Yes".

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Katie continued: "And it's called Track A Troll because it's about who… what do they do to you, Harvey?"

Her firstborn replied: "People are horrible to me," as Katie adds: "That's right, and then we can find them, and what will mummy do when she finds them? If people are horrible to Harvey, what will mummy do?"

Harvey then sweetly says: "Tell them off," with Katie adding: "Exactly! And then the police will tell them off, won't they?"

Steph's Packed Lunch airs weekdays at 12:30pm on Channel 4.

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